By: Anna Wozniak
The Montpelier High School Class of 2023 received their diplomas at the football field on Sunday May 28, 2023 following speeches from their four 4.0 GPA valedictorians and one 3.992 GPA salutatorian.
Their class motto was “we’re not here for a long time, we’re just here for a good time” -author unknown.
They sat down with both their diplomas and cherry blossoms before going to center field to toss their caps and get on their way to the parade, which would end at the Williams County Fairgrounds.
Those that composed the Montpelier class of 2023 were: Ethan Adams, Alyssa Bass, Arielle Bass, Dylan Beattie, Amber Britton, Dale Champion, Jared Christenson, Miles Cretors, Makaya Crisenbery, Peyton Cupp, Garrett DeWulf, Sydney Fry, Sydney Fry, Levi Gauden, Klayton Gearhart, Garrett Girrell, Jamison Gime, Jr., Tatum Grime, Kaycee Humbarger, Karmello Jones, Connor Kerby, Katelyn Knox, Elisha Konoff, Martin La Point Jr., Sara Lewellen, Chlloe Martin, Ashtyn Mason, Addie Mattern, Clayton McIntosh, Austin Miklovic, Faith Miller, Ivan Nichols, IV., Winston Nichols, III., Korryn Peffley, Xavier Perkins, Isaiah Phillips, Ethan Pontious, David Reyes, Easten Richmond, Ahna Rowe, Evan Rummel, Diana Sandoval, Ayden Santos, Braiden Smith, Kaiden Snow, Gabrielle Stefanelli, Spencer Steffes, Ryan Sutherland, Amanda Taylor, Trent Thorp, Trista Ussery, Jayson Varnado, Garrett Walz, Zackary Wamer, and Gavin Zyjewski.
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